Today I will be sharing a recipe from my gourmet nutrition book. The total cooking time for this meal should be 8 minutes. This is a great recipe to pair with any post workout meal or can be used as a snack. You will receive 36 grams of protein, 8.4 grams of fat, 0 grams of carbohydrate, 0 grams of fiber, and 0 grams of sugar. Go ahead and try this recipe out, if you enjoy it be sure to share it with family and friends. Ingredients:Sirloin steak 6oz(sliced)Salt 2 pinchesPepper 1 pinchOlive oil sprayFresh Garlic(minced) 1 tsp
Mealtime is filled with pitfalls. In this article Lorne Marr highlights certain types of food that can sometimes make your taste buds smile and your body suffer. What is on your plate for dinner? Maybe you hopped down to the fast food outlet on the corner. You have found a great burger and salad with a generous helping of fries plus a soda. Now that is a balanced meal isn't it? You have bread, meat and vegetables. Tell me that isn't healthy.
Drink plenty of water every day.Take a multivitamin & fish oil supplement every day.Eat when you are hungry, stop when you are full.Focus on lean meats & veggies, nuts & seeds, some fruit, little starch, and no sugar.Fad diets do not work. They may at first, but in the end, you'll gain the weight back and more. No diet will do what eating clean and healthy does.See last tip.
The egg. The egg is way more than just a simple breakfast fix. It’s an anytime meal fix PACKED with vitamins and nutrients, particularly protein. Eggs go far beyond our typical breakfast food. According to some sources, eggs are placed as one of the top whole food protein choices. They are quite the item.
No matter what your current diet or weight loss plan may be, if you are trying to cut calories for weight loss, one of the biggest challenges that you will undoubtedly face is eating out. Eating at restaurants or fast food establishments can be a convenient way to save time and money, but it can be detrimental to your waistline. Many dieters panic when they head to a restaurant for dinner.
Todays recipe is from a gourmet nutrition book by Dr. John M. Berardi, Michael Williams and Kristina Andrew. This smoothie is a perfect post-workout meal providing 70g protein, 80g carbohydrate, 9g monounsaturated fat, 3.7 polyunsaturated fat, 0.2g omega-3 fatty acids, 3g omega-6 fatty acids,16g fiber, and 37g sugar. This could also be used for a meal replacement so pull out your blender and mix up this nutrient dense smoothieIngredients:Raspberries frozen 1 cupSpinach 1 cupLow-fat plain yogurt 1 cuplow-fat milk 1/2 cupCashews 1/4 cup